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Intel, Samsung, Porsche All Back Israeli Trieye in $74 Million Funding Round

What is TriEye and what does it do?

TriEye offers Short-Wave Infrared sensing capabilities to mass-market applications.

Who founded TriEye?

The company was founded in 2017 by Avi Bakal (CEO), Pr Uriel Levy (CTO), and Omer Kapach (VP R&D). It is headquartered in Tel Aviv.

How much has TriEye raised?

The company has raised $74 million, in an effort to commercialize a type of sensing technology, it can be used to assist autonomous and driver assistance systems to handle the vehicule better in adverse conditions.

Who has invested in TriEye?

M&G Investments and Varana Capital, with participation of Samsung Ventures, Tawazun SDF, Deep Insight, Allied Group, and Discount Capital. Some existing investors such as Intel Capital, Porsche Ventures, Marius Nacht, and Grove Ventures were all duly represented. The latest round brings the startup’s total funding to $96 million.

What domain name does TriEye operate on?

The company operates on, an uncommon alternative to .com domain for startups in their early stages of development.

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